CALIFORNIA EMPLOYEE POLICIES & PROCEDURES HANDBOOK
What If You Could Instantly Protect Your Business With The Same Policies Used By The Largest Companies For A Fraction Of The Cost?
IF YOU CURRENTLY OWN A BUSINESS IN CALIFORNIA, OR IF YOU HAVE EMPLOYEES, THEN THIS INFORMATION IS FOR YOU.
Did you know that Forbes magazine recently ranked California as one of the ‘Worst States for Business Owners to Get Sued’? California is one of the most regulated states in the nation for business and that leads to plenty of opportunities for employee lawsuits.
Studies show that 62% of California Employers believe they will be sued by an employee at some point!
So what is the best way to protect your business and reduce chances of a costly lawsuit from an employee?
“The Most Helpful and Inexpensive Way To Protect Your Business Is To Have Professional Attorney Drafted Employee Policies & Procedures!”
This minor investment NOW, can literally SAVE YOU THOUSANDS down the road!
Standard Employee Handbooks can actually be a weakness for your business. California laws change so quickly that employee side attorneys now look at your handbook to find outdated language you may have in it. Pretty evil huh?
Well we have found a way to fight back. We create you a custom ‘Policies & Procedures Handbook’. Each policy is a one page contract with your employee. As laws get updated you simply need to pull the one effected policy, update it and have your employee sign it.
Which of these policies and procedures could you use for your Business?
- Employee Welcome Letter
- Description of Employment Relationship
- Description of Payroll Policies
- Harassment Policies
- Employee Behavior Expectations
- Drugs and Alcohol
- Punctuality and Attendance
- Dress Code
- Electronic Media Policy (Computers, Cell Phones etc)
- Types of Leave
- Termination Procedures
- Dispute Resolution
- Acknowledgement Agreement
Our Policies and Procedures have all of the above and MORE!
Contact us for a FREE Consultation to discuss your Policies and Procedures needs.
Thanks for taking the time to read this. We wish you the best of luck with your business.
John Fagerholm, CALIFORNIA EMPLOYER ATTORNEY